On the fifty-ninth episode of the Film Pigeons podcast Andrew, Jason and Mark kick off our alphabetical journey through the G's of Hollywood history with the best company we know - Sergio Leone and the RZA. First, we take a crash course in the ways of the samurai and blind, incredibly accurate gunfire as we review indie darling Jim Jarmusch's Ghost Dog. Then, we finish our side excursion through Sergio Leone's Eastwood starring Man With No Name trilogy by reviewing The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Andrew also continues his trek through the Best Picture winners with a review of 1943 wartime drama (and NOT Casablanca) Mrs. Miniver. Finally, to wrap things up we celebrate all those G's with a list of our Top 4 Gangster Films.
Music this week comes from Griffin House. You can find this oddly named person on the web here.
Introduction - Feels So Right
Mrs. Miniver - 6:31
Transition 1 - Standing at the Station
Ghost Dog - 20:29
Transition 2 - Just Another Guy
The Good The Bad and the Ugly - 47:31
Transition 3 - She Likes Girls
Top 4 Gangster Films - 1:18:06
Closing - I Remember (It's Happening Again)
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